How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of 'GH,' 'The View' and 'The Chew'; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

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Bruening Gets His Ride

Test well is exactly what “Knight Rider” did. The back-door pilot, starring former “All My Children” star Justin Bruening as Mike Traceur – KITT’s new companion and the son of Michael Knight – scored the highest 18-49 rating (5.6/14) for a made-for-television movie, multiple-part movie or theatrical film on any network since the March 6, 2005 airing of “Their Eyes Were Watching God” on ABC. Both Variety and The Wall Street Journal are reporting that when NBC President Ben Silverman reveals the networks Fall 2008 schedule this Wednesday, “Knight Rider” will once again be a network television series. It’s fully expected that both Bruening and the voice behind new KITT (now a Ford Mustang), Val Kilmer, will return to star in the series this fall.

Bruening, now 28-years old, landed a job as a Abercrombie & Fitch model straight out of college. In the summer of 2003, Bruening began playing the role of James “Jamie” Martin on “AMC,” a role he played until the summer of 2007. Bruening met his future wife, Alexa Havins (ex-Babe), on the ABC drama.

Pictured: Justin Bruening courtesy ABC

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    The return of one’s former love…
    Monday, March 31, 2008 12:39 PM | By Venus Stone

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Farewells, proposals, and a familiar face all hit the city of Oakdale…

    THIS WEEK ON:AS THE WORLDS TURNS

    Luke, not wanting to see Ameera be scrutinized about her relationship with Casey, he opts to tell the INS Agent that he’s Casey’s boyfriend. Emily sees red when she spots Chris and Allison having a bonding moment. When Emily trash talks Chris to Allison, Allison goes against Emily’s warnings by asking him to come to Will and Gwen’s farewell party. Chris makes amends with Wil and Gwen, as Sophie has a hard time saying good-bye to Hallie. After hearing about Noah and Ameera’s situation with the INS Agent, Gwen tells them that they can move into the cottage.

    Emma stuns Lily and Holden by telling them that she wants to sell the farm. Emma’s hopes in giving the farm to Lucinda are dashed when Meg tells her that Paul is the owner of Worldwide. Paul does his homework in preparing to make an offer to Emma. Holden thinks Paul’s doing it to get back into Meg’s life. When Paul arrives to talk to Emma about the farm, she tells him that someone else offered her a hefty price for the property. Meg and Emma are stunned to see that the person interested in buying the property is Mike Kasnoff.

    A VERY DECENT PROPOSAL…

    Brad tells Katie that she needs to make her decision on where she is at regarding her feelings for Jack. When Katie meets Jack, hoping he’ll tell her how he feels about her, he disappoints her and tells her that he doesn’t think it’s fair for her to keep holding out for him to come to her. Carly wants to have another chance with Jack, but Jack doesn’t have the same thoughts in mind, telling her that they wouldn’t work out again. After some talks of the old times, Jack and Carly find themselves in a liplock. Carly immediately thinks there is a sign for them, but Jack reminds her again that their kiss was just that a kiss and nothing more. Brad and Katie find themselves together at the movie theater and later find themselves back at her place kissing. When Katie wakes up to find Brad there, she becomes upset. Brad, trying to profess his love again, winds up chasing after Katie on bikes. Once alone with her, he pops the question, but both are arrested before she can give him her answer. Margo, who learns of their arrest, lets them off and later learns that Katie was proposed to. Vienna gives Brad advice to go all out for Katie, while Henry give out advice for him to give Katie her space to make her own choice. Once alone, Brad videotapes a special message for Katie in an effort to get her to see that the belong together.

    Pictured: Austin Peck courtesy CBS

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    My View of Llanview: March 30 Edition

    Back to the past
    Sunday, March 30, 2008 11:23 PM| By Scotty Gore

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) – A look back at Erika Slezak’s early days in Llanview.

    Hello everyone. Student teaching is still keeping on my toes, so here is another article I found recently about “OLTL.” Hope everyone is enjoying the beginnings of the spring season. I hope all these April showers bring plenty of May flowers. Now that spring is here, I can hardly wait for summer to begin.

    Due to that fact I am again taking a trip down memory lane with my column. My apologizes once more for the improtu column. The following article appeared in Daytime TV, in May 1972. It features Erika Slezak,
    and is about her parents, childhood, and landing a role on “One Life to Live.” It was written by R. Marian Rose. Hope you enjoy…….

    “Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord) lets you know every chance she gets, that she adores her family. Right now the family is a little scattered. Her dad, Walter Slezak, and mom, Joanna, live in Switzerland; her sister Ingrid, is married to a doctor and lives in Canada with her two sons; brother Leo is now in college but spent time with Erika last summer. However, Switzerland is not too far away for any of the Slezak offspring and, whenever they decide to go home, off they go to Mom and Dad.

    Born in California on an August 5, Erika spent most of her young life attending boarding schools. They were not the kind that kept you from your family, though. She went to the Convent of Scared Heart in Greenwich, Conn., but didn’t like it there too well so she transferred to the Convent of Scared Heart in Philadelphia.

    “I like the Pennsylvania school better because the girls were much nicer and the school had a pleasant atmosphere. I was always worried about being accepted by the other girls because I was younger than most. The school was a five days boarding school and the family was together on weekends.”

    When did Erika first decide she wanted to act?

    “I can’t recall a time when I didn’t want to act. As a child, I knew I’d act, but of course, I didn’t realize that it was difficult. When I was in my sophomore year in high school, Dad talked to me about training for a career in acting. At that time, Mom stayed out of the discussion, but today I’m more nervous when my mother in the audience because she’s very objective. “Dad goes to pieces when he sees me on stage. One thing he did for me at that time was let me have no illusions about the acting profession. He explained that it was going to be harder for me because I had a famous father. I would have to prove myself more than others and, as usual, he was right.

    “All the fame did for me was get me in to audition, but once inside, I was on my own. I knew most of the producers because I had met them when I was a child, and I had to go through the charade of being introduced all over again. One thing Dad did ask of me was: ‘If you discover you have no talent, get out of the business. They’ll be twice as hard on you.’ He also added: ‘If I feel that you have no talent, I’ll tell you.’”

    So for that hasn’t happened. And, it probably never will, because Erika is talented and has worked hard over the years preparing for her career. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, England, and was a member of the Milwaukee Repertory Company for three seasons. During those three years, she was a leading lady in everything from Chekov to Noel Coward.

    “It was a marvelous experience; also rewarding. Theatre for me is most fascinating because it’s before an audience but I find daytime television wonderful, too. I’m glad I did repertory work first, though, because if you’re thrown into daytime television too quickly, it’s extremely hard. In repertory work, you’re given time to polish a performance. With time and experience, you find the easy way to do things. Everything I learned in repertory work can be applied to my daytime work and I find that it makes the load easier to carry.”

    How does she feel about being on a daytime serial?

    “I love it! I get a little peeved too because too many people think daytime actors are secondary people, but that’s not true. Some of your finest actors are on daytime shows. I’m enjoying everything about the show. I love my colleagues and the professional atmosphere in which I work.”

    Erika, as beautiful as she is talented, is tall, slim, blonde-haired and blue eyed, so it was only natural the next question be about her social life. Is there anyone special on the scene?

    “I have many friends but no one special. Actually, I don’t want to marry yet. I prefer to wait until I’m settled down. I enjoy being on my own and because of my work, my schedule keeps me from a more active social life. When I know I’m performing, I get to bed by 11 p.m. the latest because I have to be up early and in top notch shape.

    “I guess I can also say that I’m waiting to find a man with whom I can have the same relationship that my parents have. Daddy never went anywhere that he didn’t take my mother along. Many times, the children also went. But he never was away from any of us for more than a week. Marriage is not easy and whatever my parents have together, they’ve worked hard for. I want the same kind of family life that I grew up in. uses that’s the European upbringing in me. One thing I still enjoy is watching my father and brother, Leo, who’s 23 now, kiss when they meet. Why shouldn’t they? They’re father and son, and showing love and affection for each other doesn’t make them less masculine. I rather like it myself.

    How does Erika feels about the Women Liberation Movement?

    “A great deal of it is legitimate but, in some instances, they’ve gone too far. The arts such as acting, singing and ballet really don’t require Women’s Lib to help them. These are fields that equal pay is a standard practice and almost every play has love somewhere in its theme, so male and female, both, are required. The publishing field, secretaries and nurses need Women’s Lib to help them establish themselves on an equal basis with the men. I think one thing that the movement has done is call attention to the fact that women are very capable in the business world. Too many people have been led to believe that a woman leaves he mind at home with her family when she reports for work. That is definitely not true. The movement also called the public’s attention to the valuable role women are playing and can play in politics.”

    What about the world situation?

    “What can I say except to elaborate on the fact that the whole world seems to have been governed, since time began, by men fighting. War is a single, predominant, force in history. I don’t feel the Vietnam War will stop in communism. The original policy was not to interfere, but it turned into just that – interference – because of politics. When we leave the country, the people will do just as they please, anyway. When our young people grow up, the world will have to change. And, if the youth of today maintain their ideals, the world will be a better place by far. They are more alert at a younger age and that’s good.”

    It was on this note that the interview indeed – a most enjoyable two hours spent with a lovely, talented young woman. It was also very heartening to hear a young woman speak about her family with such love and devotion. Her eyes lit up every time she spoke of home (and that is wherever her parents happened to be living).”

    Saving the best for last, it’s time to take a quick look at some of the plotlines coming up on “OLTL” a couple of weeks down the road. A vendictive female is revealed to be the mastermind behind the recent troubles at BE. A young Buchanan summons her former step-grandmother back to Llanview. Capricorn’s new owner enjoys her first night on the job. And a husband and wife continue to drift apart.

    Well, that’s all for this edition of the column. I hope you enjoyed this edition of the column. My apologizes again for posting another article instead of rambling on like I usually do. But there are only so many hours in the day, and so many things to do. That’s all for now; please be sure and join me again on April 15th. See you next time. Enjoy the warmer weather.

    And until next time remember, we only have “One Life to Live” …..

    Pictured: My View of Llanview courtesy Matt Smith/Soap Opera Network



    OLTL PreVUE: Week of March 31 Edition

    Confessed secrets
    Sunday, March 30, 2008 9:33 PM | By Scotty Gore

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Will Natalie reveal Jared’s secret now that she knows the truth?

    THIS WEEK ON: ONE LIFE TO LIVE

    Bo and Nora reminisce while stranded on the side of the road. Lindsay’s accusations that Bo and Nora still have unresolved feelings for one another gets under Clint’s skin. Bo and Nora are rescued by Clint and Lindsay and the quad head for the lodge. Bo pleads with Lindsay to get over her jealousy of Nora. Lindsay, meanwhile, strikes a nerve while talking to Nora. Lindsay offers to help Clint with yet another crisis at BE. Nora and Lindsay butt heads when Lindsay accuses Nora of having feelings for both Clint and Bo.

    Starr confides in Langston that she may be pregnant with Cole’s baby. Langston, meanwhile, pledges to stand by her best friend. Blair manages to convince Todd to do what’s best for his daughter. Starr fears that Todd will spot the pregnancy test, and manages to hide it, but not before it get ruined. Todd agrees to allow Starr to return to school as long as she stays away from Cole. Langston dodges Blair’s questions about Starr. Cole and Starr struggle to keep their distance at school. Starr asks Langston to get her another pregnancy test. Cole gets into a fight with a boy at school when he makes an inappropriate comment toward Starr. Meanwhile, Starr tells Langston that she’s not sure what she’ll do if she is indeed pregnant. Starr and Langston panic upon thinking Todd will find the test. The two friends anxiously await the test results.

    THE INSIDE STORY

    Finally giving in to temptation, Jared kisses Natalie and confesses to her that he’s not really a Buchanan. Natalie is floored to discover that David Vickers is really her uncle, and that Jared and Nigel have been lying to the family. Jared’s apology to Natalie falls on deaf ears. Jared has something to say to Clint and Bo. Natalie confronts a horrified Nigel. Later, she stops Jared from confessing to the family, but tells him that nothing will ever happen between them. Jared informs Charlie of what he has done. Charlie, meanwhile, prepares to come clean with Viki. Natalie reminds Jared that she is only keeping his secret to protect Buchanan Enterprises. Natalie considers calling Pamela when Jared tells her that he really did grow up with her. Viki jumps to the wrong conclusion when Charlie attempts to confess. Jared warns Charlie to keep his mouth shut. Meanwhile, across town, Rex drops by Llanfair to visit Gigi and Shane while claiming he came to see Charlie. Gigi is on the verge of making a confession to Rex when he receives a call from Adriana, who is on her way back to Paris. Later, Adriana orders Dorian to dig up dirt on Shane’s ‘supposed’ father. Viki, Dorian, Roxy, and Charlie go over plans for the wedding. Rex and Shane continue to bond. And Dorian hires a PI to investigate Brody Lovett.

    WHAT TO WATCH

    - Cristian and Jessica try to convince themselves not to be jealous of Sarah and Nash’s trip to Napa.

    - The tension between Talia and Antonio continues to grow, while John works to establish a connection between Caitlin and Ramsey.

    - John realizes too late that Ramey set him up by leaving him alone with the evidence following a drug bust.

    - John confronts Ramsey, who pushes his buttons by taunting him about Caitlin.

    - Antonio and Talia argue about Ramsey at the LPD.

    - My View of Llanview: February 29 Edition. READ MORE

    SON ALERTS: WEEK OF APRIL 7, 2008

    Monday: Langston makes a pact with Starr; Rex confronts Gigi about Shane; Natalie overhears Jared pouring out his heart.

    Tuesday: Jared wants to take things to the next level with Natalie; Todd stand up to Ramsey; Cristian discovers that Nash and Sarah are staying in the same room.

    Wednesday: Clint enlists Linsday’s aide once more; the person behind BE’s troubles is revealed; Gigi regrets the years Rex lost with Shane.

    Thursday: Ramsey increases the tension between Talia, Antonio, and John; Jared challenges Natalie to tell his secret.

    Friday: Todd teams up with Gigi to take down Ramsey; Langston ponders Starr’s dilemma; Ramsey arranges for Antonio to find John and Talia together.

    Pictured: Farah Fath courtesy NBC

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    Springfield mourns the loss of a loved one…
    Sunday, March 30, 2008 5:59 PM | By Venus Stone

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — The loss of a life saves another’s…

    THIS WEEK ON:GUIDING LIGHT

    Dinah makes plans to buy the Spaulding mansion and woo Mallet. Vanessa continues to get phone calls from her stalker, not knowing that Cyrus is the one behind the scenes. Harley is immediately asked to look into the matter. Marina learns of Cyrus’s scheme and blackmails him into taking her out for her continued silence. Lizzie learns that Spaulding belongings are being auctioned off. When she runs into Ava, she gloats that she is moving in with Bill. Mallet becomes uneasy when he learns that Dinah bought the mansion.

    SAYING GOOD-BYE TO ONE OF THEIR OWN…

    Natalia and Harley rush to the hospital after receiving the news about Gus. As the doctors try to stabalize him, Jeffrey encourages him to hold on. When Olivia learns that Gus is there, she visits him. He tells her that he was racing to the hospital to be by her side. Natalia is forced with the decision to give her consent to have Gus operated on. Harley tries her best to comfort Nat. Before surgery, Gus and Harley talk, where he offers his apologies for not finishing her home. Harley tells Gus he’ll always be the love of her life and that he’s a fighter. Gus slowly succumbs to his injuries. Rafe is devastated by the news of Gus and falls apart. Rick approaches Natalia with the suggestion to donate Gus’s organs. A weak Olivia asks Jeffrey about Gus, but he doesn’t have the heart to tell her the truth. Cyrus finds himself on the outside looking in when Harley turns to Buzz for support.

    Natalia refuses to make the decision to give Oliva Gus’s heart but soon feels guilt when she seems Emma. Harley give Natalia encouraging words about Gus to hold on to. When Alan tries to offer his support, Natalia lashes out at him. Natalia prepares to visit Olivia at the hospital. The Coopers are all at Harley to help paint her home when Rafe and Natalia show up to help what Gus originally started. Harley takes it upon herself to organize a huge funeral but Josh reminds her that Natalia may not want this for her husband. When word gets out that the transplant was a success, Natalia goes to see Olivia. Reva learns the news of Jeffrey and Olivia’s marriage. Olivia learns the news of Gus’s death and is stunned that the heart that saved her life was his.

    Pictured: Ricky Paull Goldin courtesy Bleacher & Everard/PGP

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    Returning home to stir things up…
    Sunday, March 30, 2008 3:25 PM | By Venus Stone

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Steve tries to save Hope and another familiar face shows up on Victor’s doorstep…

    THIS WEEK ON:DAYS OF OUR LIVES

    An immigration official keeps an eye on EJ and Sami, who must prove their marriage is true. When Kayla experiences pains, Lexie rushes to her aid to monitor her. Victor remembers some key information regarding Chloe and Brady. Chelsea is very much smitten with Daniel. Stephanie and Max share a tender kiss on the docks. Bo picks up on the obvious feelings Chelsea has for Daniel and immediately confronts the doctor. John decides it’s time to have a face-off with the Kiriakis empire.

    AN UNEXPECTED RETURN…

    Ava finds Steve and takes him to Hope, who she still believes is Kayla. Once alone, Steve convinces Hope to go along with his ruse with Ava. Ava tells Steve it is time to cut ties with his ‘wife’. When Ava gloats that Steve belongs with her now, Steve and Hope realize they have to work hard to outwit her. Meanwhile Nicole returns to Salem and heads to the Kiriakis mansion, facing off with Victor and Chloe.

    Pictured: Arianna Zuker courtesy NBC

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    Getting the cold shoulder…
    Sunday, March 30, 2008 2:55 PM | By Venus Stone

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Someone finds themselves out in the cold, while another is lured back into temptation…

    THIS WEEK ON:THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS

    Victor makes plans to visit in Los Angeles. Jana asks Amber to be in her wedding to Kevin. Jabot adds a new addition when Heather starts her new job. Jack doesn’t want Alistar around, but Alistar has other plans. Amber makes the assumption that Lily could be pregnant. Adam and Nikki have an emotional discussion about Hope. Phyllis sets Adam straight about his flirtation. Victor shares a steamy kiss with Sabrina. Alistar pays a visit to Jill and Katherine.

    GLORIA GETS WHAT SHE WANTS AT A PRICE…

    Jack comes clean with Michael about his scheme against Gloria. Gloria finds herself falling in love with Jeffrey. Gloria and Kevin go on the search for Alistar. Jack finally gives Gloria what she wants. A frustrated and fed-up Michael tells Gloria that she is on her own. Brad, meanwhile, sets up a poker game with Adrian and Cane, in his attempt to get David to stumble back into gambling.

    Pictured: Don Diamont courtesy CBS

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    AMC PreVUE: Week of March 31 Edition

    Taking a Stand
    Thursday, March 27, 2008 8:36 AM | By Angela Rosa


    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) – Are the residents of Pine Valley making the right decisions or taking wrong turns this week?

    THIS WEEK ON: ALL MY CHILDREN

    THE UPS & DOWNS OF TEAM WORK

    Erica’s deft knowledge of fashion forces the truck driver to rescind his threat of calling the cops. Erica tells Carmen the story of her humble beginnings as they settle in for the night at the discount superstore. Erica manages to release herself from her bind and snatch the gun after Carmen gives way to sleep. Kendall and Zach are relieved to hear from Erica but dismayed when she informs them that she’s going to stick with Carmen for a bit longer to help her out. Erica holds her ground with Mando’s mother, Louisa, who is none too pleased to have uninvited guests in her home. Carmen melts at the sight of Mando. Louisa gets the upper hand on her visitors after she manages to snatch the gun away from Erica.

    IS TIME RUNNING OUT FOR RICHIE?

    Frankie and Colby rush JR to the hospital where Angie investigates the marks on his body. Richie’s anger boils over when instead of taking him to her home, Babe takes him to Opal’s to recuperate. Babe sets Richie straight about their relationship. Babe stays by JR’s side as he remains delirious with fever. Angie determines that JR is suffering from Hepatitis A. JR begins to remember what happened with Richie the night Zach was run over. Opal has a bad feeling when she gives Richie a tarot card reading. Richie starts to develop a high fever.

    GETTING BACK TO BASICS

    Jesse, Angie, Tad and Krystal have a double date at the Comeback. Samuel wants to meet with Jesse. Although appreciative, Jesse turns down Samuel’s job offer. Samuel opens up to Jesse and reflects on how lucky Mr. Hubbard is to have such a caring family. Jesse surprises Angie by taking her to the home of the Justice of the Peace that originally married them and even though he’s no longer alive, they romantically renew their wedding vows.

    MAIN STORY: THE TANGLED WEB

    Zach defends his actions when Kendall takes him to task for the unorthodox method of “memory rejuvenation” he used on Ryan. Ryan is hard-pressed to believe Greenlee’s claim that he wasn’t the horrible man he believes he was. Greenlee’s feelings for Ryan come bubbling to the surface as she recounts their history. Elsewhere, freshly rejected by the detective, Annie questions how Aidan can be so accepting of Greenlee’s behavior. The tension between the Lavery’s remains thick. Ryan visits his sister’s grave where he vows to make amends for his mistakes. Aidan’s romantic proposal to Greenlee is interrupted when Ryan’s first act of amendment leads him to make an important call to his ex-wife. Aidan reels straight to Annie’s door after Greenlee turns down his proposal. The Slater’s agree to disagree about the tactics Zach used with Ryan, but an angry Greenlee is less amicable about Zach’s behavior. Kendall urges Greenlee to keep her distance from the situation with Ryan but Greenlee has other ideas and tracks down her ex. Greenlee refuses to let Ryan walk out of her life. A drunk Aidan reveals a little too much information infront of Annie.


    SON ALERTS: WEEK OF APRIL 7, 2008

    Monday: Greenlee wants to know where she stands with Ryan. Zach and Jack are hot on Erica’s trail. Jesse and Angie’s romantic evening is anything but.

    Tuesday: Jack and Zach come to Erica’s rescue in the nick of time. JR tells a disbelieving Babe he remembers what Richie did to him. Colby’s attraction to Frankie continues to grow.

    Wednesday: Ryan finds Annie’s divorce papers. Greenlee tries to make things right between her and Aidan. JR enlists Amanda’s help in his quest to expose Richie’s crimes.

    Thursday: Ryan makes a heartfelt and honest appeal to Annie. Zach questions Greenlee’s feelings for Aidan. Erica sets out on a mission to help Carmen.

    Friday: Greenlee uses seduction to win Aidan back. Rob tries to get information out of Jesse. Zach grows suspicious of Kendall and Aidan.

    Pictured: Rebecca Budig courtesy ABC

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    OLTL PreVUE: Week of March 24 Edition

    Like mother, like daughter
    Sunday, March 23, 2008 3:10 PM | By Scotty Gore

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

    THIS WEEK ON: ONE LIFE TO LIVE

    Adriana is ready to sever ties with Dorian, who begs her daughter for another chance. Adriana gives Dorian one last chance, but with strings attached–she must ensure that the wedding goes off without a hitch or she is out of her life for good. Rex and Jared come to blows at the diner. Layla informs Adriana of what happened between Jared and Rex. Gigi treats Shane to a special birthday breakfast, and dodges his questions about his father. Adriana proves she is her mother’s daughter when she confronts Gigi and demands the name of Shane’s father. Rex’s curiosity is quipped when Dorian is overly nice to him. Just as Adriana is about to get the truth from Gigi, Shane enters the room and states that his father was Sgt. Hogan McNair. As Dorian covers for Adriana, Rex confronts her on her sudden interest in the wedding. Layla’s arrival pokes a hole in Adriana’s cover plan. Adriana, meanwhile, tells Rex that she and Gigi had a nice friendly conversation. Dorian notices changes in Adriana.

    Blair narrowly succeeds in keeping Todd from spotting Cole, and reminds he and Starr what Todd will do if he finds them together. Cole manages to sneak back out of the house. After confronting Markko, Blair seeks John’s aid in keeping Cole away from Starr. Todd finds wisdom in Addie’s words about Starr. John receives warning from Blair that Todd knows about Cole shooting Miles. John forces Cole to realize that he must stay away from Starr. Langston is shocked to discover Starr bought a home pregnancy test. Meanwhile, Antonio gives Talia and John the cold shoulder. Ramsey gets to John when he warns him that his job is in jeopardy and wonders how many people will go down with him. Antonio’s jealousy continues to build. Talia slaps Antonio when he tells her that John only wants to sleep with her. Ramsey and the other cops at the LPD watch as John confronts Antonio about his attitude toward Talia. Later, Ramsey makes a cryptic phone call.

    THE INSIDE STORY

    Viki and Charlie are blissfully happy together. Charlie responds to Dorian’s overt threat with a stern reminder of whose holding all the cards. Roxy confesses to Charlie that she has no clue as to the true identity of Rex’s father. Charlie and Roxy come to the realization that they were both in Atlantic City and heavy drinkers around the time Rex would have been conceived. Clint gives in to temptation and uses the information Lindsay gathered on Warren Cobb. Bo tells Lindsay he wants them to take things slow and see where they lead. Nora’s blood boils when Lindsay suggests that she knows Clint better than Nora does. Bo is disappointed to watch Clint gleefully destroy Warren Cobb. The tension begins to mount as Clint defends his actions to his brother. Jared agrees with Clint, while Natalie sides with Bo. Natalie tells Jared she doesn’t like people who pretend to be someone they’re not. Clint organizes a BE business meeting retreat at the Buchanan Lodge. Jared and Natalie are rattled after almost sharing a kiss. Jared tells Charlie that he is unsure how much longer he can pretend to be a Buchanan, and wonders if Natalie and Viki could forgive him. Viki continues to be happy with Charlie. Jared and Natalie find themselves stranded at the lodge in an ice storm without power. Jared gives in to his feelings and kisses Natalie. Lindsay demands Clint take her to the lodge upon learning that Bo and Nora are on their way there. Meanwhile, Bo and Nora’s car swerves off the road.

    WHAT TO WATCH

    - Blair buys Capricorn.

    - Marcie and Michael find themselves growing apart.

    - Blair offers to buy Capricorn.

    - Nash’s business partner continues to offer him money.

    - Nash hires Sarah to help him organize an event in Napa.

    - Sarah is surprised by Nash’s offer.

    - Jessica and Cristian bond over their shared past.

    - My View of Llanview: March 15 Edition. READ MORE

    SON ALERTS: WEEK OF MARCH 31, 2008

    Monday: Jared confesses to Natalie; Lindsay warns Clint that Bo and Nora may still have feelings for one another; Starr shares her greatest fear with Langston.

    Tuesday: Natalie makes an unexpected decision concerning Jared; Adriana looks for info. on Shane’s father; Bo tells Lindsay to get over her jealousy of Nora.

    Wednesday: Cole comes to Starr’s rescue at school as they try to steer clear of each other; Cristian and Jessica are shocked as Nash and Sarah head to Napa.

    Thursday: John discovers that he has been set up by Ramsey; Jared informs Charlie that Natalie now knows the truth; Lindsay and Nora continue to bicker.

    Friday: Starr receives the results of her home pregnancy test; John accuses Antonio of siding with Ramsey; Dorian does Adriana’s dirty work and investigates Shane’s father.

    Pictured: Melissa Archer courtesy Donna Svennevik/ABC

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    Olivia’s wish comes true…
    Friday, March 21, 2008 4:45 PM | By Venus Stone

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — A dying woman may get several blessings in disguise…

    THIS WEEK ON:GUIDING LIGHT

    Mallet offers to help Marina recover after the doctor tells him of her health. Harley finds herself in serious financial woes because of paying off Pheobe for Cyrus. Daisy decides to take up a hobby of creating fake IDs for cash in order to help pay for an apartment for her and Rafe. Ava signs final documents concerning Emma’s custody. Lizzie and Bill make plans to be together, despite a looming Alan. Dinah pulls off the ultimate feat when Alan’s left with absolutely nothing. Ava unsuccessfully tries to get a rise out of Lizzie where Bill is concerned. Gus buys a home for he and Natalia but Rafe ruins their happy moment.

    LITTLE MIRACLES COME OLIVIA’S WAY…

    When Olivia learns that Gus will be at the courthouse to help Alan, she becomes upset. Josh breaks Olivia’s heart when he tells her he is unable to wed her and Gus. Jeffrey suggests that Ava be by her mother’s side. Olivia is thrilled when Jeffrey offers to help marry her and Gus. Ava learns that Olivia has arranged for a surprise wedding to take place. When Gus arrives, he is taken aback by Olivia’s arrangement. He tells a devestated Olivia that he can’t marry her. Jeffrey finds her and offers to be her husband, but worries that Reva will not be understanding. A boastful Ava tells her father that she thinks she’s going to have a baby. When Olivia passes out, Jeffrey takes her to the hospital. Gus talks to Doris and asks help in having a park dedicated to Olivia. Gus shares the news with Harley about the dedication. Jeffrey is unable to tell Reva the truth. Ava returns to see Jeffrey crushed that she’s not going to have a baby after all. When Oliva’s continues to worsen, Jeffrey calls Alan to get Gus to come see her. Unfortunately, Alan doesn’t tell Gus anything about Jeffrey’s request.

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